This charming finca is tranquilly situated on a plot of approx. 14,708 sqm near the popular village of Ses Salines. It is characterised by its communicative patio which is accessible from all rooms.
The house is accessed via a long driveway passing by olive plantation. Distributed over the ground floor is the spacious living/dining area with fireplace, an open kitchen, 2 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, one of which is en suite. Located In the centre of the house is a highlight - the inner patio, which is adorned by a small pond and typical Mediterranean plants. Numerous sliding glass doors allow views into the beautiful patio from all rooms.
The finca also impresses inspires with its high ceilings, creating an airy feeling of space.
A separate, fully self-sufficient guest apartment, accessible via the patio, consists of a living area, a kitchen, a bedroom and a bathroom. From the living area there is direct access to a large terrace with wonderful sweeping views of the surrounding Mediterranean landscape.
The large L-shaped covered terrace provides the perfect shady place to relax during the summer, offering ample space to spend convivial time with family and friends. The adjacent pool with sun terrace invites to relax and unwind.
Further features include a very large garage which is currently used as a workshop, and underfloor heating assuring pleasant temperatures even on cooler winter days.
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NB: Due to the current legal situation it is possible that in certain municipalities renting restrictions may apply, or new touristic licences may not be granted. Your Porta Mallorquina real estate consultant will be pleased to advise you whether the property you have chosen is affected.
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Location & surrounding area:
Ses Salines is one of the nicest and oldest villages at the southeast coast. The image of the village is characterised by cosy bars and restaurants, where Majorcans and tourists have their “café con leche” while enjoying the sun.
It is a typical Majorcan village that was named after its saline from the era of the Romans. Salt is reaped till this day. The “talaiots”, remains of a prehistoric settlement are also historically very interesting.
Many small bays as Cala Llombards or the dreamlike natural beach of Es Trenc is only a short drive away. You can also discover the beautiful flat landscape by bicycle.